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This early Roald Dahl adventure is great for reading aloud to three- to seven-year-olds, who will be delighted to hear that Mr. Fox keeps his family one step ahead of the obsessed farmers. When they try to dig him out, he digs faster; when they lay siege to his den, he tunnels to where the farmers least expect him--their own larders! In the end, Mr. Fox not only survives, but also helps the whole community of burrowing creatures live happily ever after. With his usual flourish, Dahl evokes a magical animal world that, as children, we always knew existed, had we only known where or how to look for it. (Great read aloud for any age; written at a 9- to 12-year-old reading level) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A delightful read.action,adventure and of course how good triumphs evil.has sad,tense and scary moments but also has great laughs. Our hero mr.fox is very persistentPublished 2 days ago by K. Corum
A hilarious story of a fox who outwitted three mean farmers who were out to kill him and his family. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ho Kheong Tan
Great little story for my three year old fox loving grand daughter. This was the first "long" book she would sit through to the end of. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Crzyoldone
I gave this book to a friend of mine who reads at the 6th grade level. It was perfect for him. He enjoyed the story, it wasn't too long (81 pages) to cause him to lose interest or... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carmen
I loved this book there were some parts that were a little weird but over all it was a great book and super fun to read but you never know with a foxPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Fantastic Mr. Fox is a short socialist antimorality play -- well-written agitprop in which a petty thief steals from innocent providers of debt and equity capital to farms, then... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel J. Green